While enhanced recruiting efforts and financial aid initiatives in recent years have created the most diverse student body in the school’s history, Harvard’s geographic numbers are still unrepresentative of the United States as a whole.
In response to multiple shutdowns of services this winter, the MBTA will offer a free fare day on April 24 and a 15 percent discount on monthly passes in May.
Brian P. Murphy ’86-’87, Cambridge’s assistant city manager for community development, passed away last Thursday. Colleagues recall Murphy's dedication and hard work ethic.
The John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum at the Kennedy School of Government was filled with laughter Tuesday evening when actor and comedian Seth Rogen and The Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead sat down for a talk about politics and humor. The event was the final Institute of Politics forum of the semester.
If the 2024 Summer Olympics come to Boston, Harvard Stadium may serve as an Olympic venue.
Tom Brokaw—the only network anchor who reported live from Brandenburg Gate the night of Nov. 9, 1989—shared memories of witnessing the historic event on Tuesday.
More than 40 IOP-affiliated students gathered Friday to share their reactions to the piece and their ideas about the future of the institution.
As the Ivy League Digital Network eyes expansion in its second year, a question has arisen: how does the network balance its revenue-bearing identity with its self-prescribed objective of increasing student viewership?
Ellwood is stepping down after ten years at the helm, making him one of the longest serving deans still in office and one of only two not appointed by University President Drew G. Faust.
Norwegian business magnate Christen Sveaas has donated $11 million to the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Including three new buildings and the elevation of the school’s current courtyard, the project looks to be one of the largest capital expansions on Harvard’s Cambridge campus in recent history.
President of Ghana John Dramani Mahama described the arrival of a “new frontier” of economic growth and political stability for his Western African country in a speech at the IOP.
Students from a consortium of 25 colleges will come together to discuss personal projects and politics at the IOP this weekend.
President of the Philippines Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III outlined the positive economic changes his country has undergone over the last two decades in a public address at the Institute of Politics on Monday.
The threat of legal action came after Kennedy School professor Ricardo Hausmann wrote an article arguing that Venezuela default on its foreign bonds.
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